Category Archives: Women’s Studies

Salute to Women's History

Flannery O'Connor was born on the 25th of this month, eighty-three years ago. In a salute to her powerful literary legacy and the contribution of women to literature, the arts, history, and politics, UT Press is proud to spotlight our women's studies list for the month of March. Save up to 40% on these titles ...

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New from Tennessee

The Papers of Andrew Jackson, Volume 7, 1829 Andrew Jackson Edited by Daniel Feller, Harold D. Moser Assistant editors: Laura-Eve Moss and Thomas CoensWith this seventh volume, The Papers of Andrew Jackson enters the heart of Jackson's career: his tumultuous two terms as president of the United States.

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What Was, Is, and Will Be Southern Literature?

SOUTHERN LITERATURE AS WE KNOW IT TODAY—and who does not know it?—caught the imagination of the nation in the 1920’s with the Southern Renaissance, led by the young gentlemen poets, the Fugitives, at Vanderbilt University ...

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